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Caspa and MC Azlan to headline Jersey Live dance arena
Caspa will headline the Jersey Live dance arena on Saturday

The final headline act for Jersey Live 2010 has been confirmed as dubstep producer Caspa and MC Rod Azlan.

They will play in the dance arena on Saturday 4 September at the RJA&HS Showground in Trinity.

They will join Switch, Teenage Bad Girl, Rico Tubbs and DJ Rafik in the Dance Arena on Saturday.

They will be on at around the same time as Saturday night main stage headliner Groove Armada and MAGIC stage headliners Jamaica.

On Sunday night the Dance Arena will see Calvin Harris headline with Sub Focus, Jaguar Skills, Foamo and Drums of Death also performing.

Caspa is synonymous with the underground, performing an extensive tour that has seen him spread his own brand of dubstep around the world.

He grow up in West London on a musical diet of Jungle and Hip Hop and first came to note with a track called Bass Bins, produced under the name Quiet Storm and played by BBC 1xtra J Da Flex.

In 2009 Caspa took things to another level with festival performances at Glastonbury and Global Gather including sharing the main stage with Lily Allen and The Arctic Monkeys at Serbia's Exit Festival.

Tickets for Jersey Live 2010 are available from the Jersey Live website and will cost £175 for weekend VIP passes, £84 for a weekend ticket and £54 for a single day ticket.

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